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Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Blangiardi Holds Double-Digit Lead In Honolulu Mayor’s Race Hawaii News Now

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Blangiardi Holds Double-Digit Lead In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

But Hanabusa and Amemiya are tied for second and will likely force a runoff in November.

Punahou Coach Accused Of Sex Abuse Went On To Other Schools

Punahou Coach Accused Of Sex Abuse Went On To Other Schools

The women accusing him of sexual assault say Punahou knew about his behavior since 2003. But he’s coached at three other schools and a club team since Punahou.

Coronavirus Won’t Stop Father And Son From Finishing Community Project Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat

Coronavirus Won’t Stop Father And Son From Finishing Community Project

An Eagle Scout candidate and his troop started building the Makiki Community Garden toolshed. Then the pandemic downsized the crew.

Honolulu EMS Sees Rise In Non-Emergency Coronavirus Calls Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Honolulu EMS Sees Rise In Non-Emergency Coronavirus Calls

The calls are stretching the department’s ability to respond to life-threatening emergencies.

Caldwell Raises Nearly $300K For 2022 Governor’s Race Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Caldwell Raises Nearly $300K For 2022 Governor’s Race

The Honolulu mayor has far outpaced others who have lined up this far in advance.

A Baking Job Helped A Federal Offender Transform Her Life After Prison Cory Lum/Civil Beat

A Baking Job Helped A Federal Offender Transform Her Life After Prison

A Honolulu nonprofit’s support was essential to turning Kellyn Cabral’s life around, she says.

Hawaii Open Meetings Law Leaves Some Neighborhood Boards Befuddled Kirstin Downey/Civil Beat

Hawaii Open Meetings Law Leaves Some Neighborhood Boards Befuddled

Rules determine who is permitted to speak with who and under what terms. But interpretations differ.

How To Remove Homeless People From A Park? Close It, Honolulu Says Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How To Remove Homeless People From A Park? Close It, Honolulu Says

Opponents of the city proposal say closing parks is not the answer when better enforcement and maintenance is needed.

Keep The Change: Honolulu Won’t Try To Recover Almost $100,000 It Overpaid Workers Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Keep The Change: Honolulu Won’t Try To Recover Almost $100,000 It Overpaid Workers

Despite a state law that says governments “shall” recover overpayments, Human Resources Director Carolee Kubo says it’s too late and, besides, the city made the mistake.